By Georgie Hay, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The beaches of Rio’s Zona Sul (South Zone) are filled with vendors selling a mix of snacks and drinks, and the adjacent streets filled with a variety of eateries to sustain every kind of craving. With so many options it is possible to spend sunrise to sunset at the beach and not lose sight of the sand all day.
The diversity of Brazil is reflected in its beach cuisine, taking . . .